Air India‘s Sydney flight returns empty after crew tests positive for COVID-19
Air India flies just one flight per week to Australia, which can be the one direct flight between the 2 nations
An Air India flight on April 27 was compelled to depart from Sydney with out passengers after one of many crew members examined positive for COVID-19.
“All crew members rostered to operate the flight underwent an RT-PCR test before departure from Delhi. They were permitted to operate the flight only after a negative test report. On arriving at Sydney, crew members had to undergo the test again and one member tested positive, who is under quarantine in Sydney,” an airline supply mentioned.
As a outcome, the Australian authorities barred the flight from carrying passengers and it needed to return with solely cargo and the remaining crew members.
Air India flies just one flight per week to Australia, which can be the one direct flight between the 2 nations.